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A 1936 Building & Grounds Committee report to the OU Board of Regents. This report led to the purchase of the land for the current UNO location and also includes discussion about the other possible future locations for campus.

Students in a class seated outside of Joslyn Hall on the University of Omaha campus in North Omaha in 1933.

Redick Hall was the fledgling University of Omaha's first building on its new campus in North Omaha. Redick Hall was named for Oak C. Redick, a member of the board of trustees, who offered his 10-acre homestead mansion at 24th and Pratt Streets to…
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